Search Guard is an open source security platform solution for Elasticsearch and ELK stack. Its features include authentication, encryption, authorization, and more. In this article, we cover Search Guard reviews and pricing. Ready to get started? Get a free trial.
Search Guard Pricing
Search Guard pricing is based on one free and two paid licensing options: Community Edition ($0), Enterprise Edition (custom priced), and Compliance (custom priced). The main difference between the plans includes audit logging, active directory/LDAP, event routing, and more.
The Community Edition covers all basic security needs for free. It includes encryption in transit, role-based access control, and index level security. It is completely integrated with the Elastic Stack and Kibana.
Search Guard users can also use the free academic and scientific license for nonprofit academic and scientific projects and institutions. They also offer OEM licensing and custom licensing services.
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Summary of Search Guard Reviews
As of the date this article was written (January 29, 2019), there are no up-to-date Search Guard reviews online. If you are a past or current Search Guard customer, leave a review to help others who are deciding whether or not to use the software.
Search Guard Features
Check out the list below of some of Search Guard’s features:
- Full Data-in-Transit Encryption
- Certificate Revocation Lists
- Role-Based Cluster/Index Level Access Control
- User, Role, and Permission Management
- Internal User Database
- HTTP Basic Authentication
- Proxy Authentication
Search Guard FAQ
Aside from the Community, Enterprise, and Compliance Editions, what other licenses are available for Search Guard users?
Search Guard users can also avail themselves of the academic and scientific license for free for nonprofit academic and scientific projects and institutions. They also offer OEM licensing and custom licensing services to fit an organization’s needs.
What happens to a user’s cluster if the Search Guard license expires?
Even if a license expires, it will still continue to work until a user renews it. However, prior to expiration, a Search Guard customer support will get in touch with the users to inquire if they would like to renew their license to ensure continuous workflow.
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